2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 1, 2009 7:25 AM by JeremyLovesApples
Transini Level 1 (135 points)
I can't get Boot Camp to install on my new iMac 20" (MB323).

1. Installed Boot Camp in OSX, repartitioned to 50GB NTFS.
2. Installed Win/XP w/SP3 from DVD, vanilla install (english).
3. Booted into Win/XP.
4. Inserted the Leopard Install CD.
5. Boot Camp Installer began to run, then got blue screen of death.
(I think this occurred when it got to the Broadcom install.)
5. System autorebooted.

6. Tried to run BCUpdateXP.exe but it doesn't seem to ever come up.

I am stuck!

iMac 20" 260GB 4GB, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
  • Fortuny Level 7 (21,435 points)
    Hi Transini,

    the BCUpdate only works when the BC Drivers from the OSX Leopard DVD are already installed.

    As for the Broadcom that seems to happen to quite some folks, but I don't know why.

    Maybe trying to manually install each driver from the OSX DVD (leaving out the Broadcom) can help.

    Stefan

    Message was edited by: Fortuny
  • JeremyLovesApples Level 1 (0 points)
    Fortuny wrote:
    the BCUpdate only works when the BC Drivers from the OSX Leopard DVD are already installed.


    Yeah, but the website says that BCUpdateXP will work on a vanilla XP install without any drivers.... NOT

    Took me a couple of hours to figure that out.